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In this coming of age Neil Simon comedy, a Brooklyn teenager searches for identity and grapples with the mundane existence of his Jewish family. A semi-autobiographical portrait, Brighton Beach Memoirs humorously captures Simon’s upbringing in 1930’s America.
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The ladies of the Charitable Sisterhood are at it again —
this time putting their good works behind the Christmas
Spectacular. Richmond playwright, Bo Wilson, reunites
four of the original cast members and once again
entertains us with this hilarious sequel to Charitable
Sisterhood of the Second Trinity Victory Church.
More about the show
Ever, an awkward professor with Asperger’s Syndrome,
seeks dancing lessons from his neighbor, Senga, an out of
commission Broadway dancer. As the unlikely relationship
unfolds, the two make hilarious and heartwarming
discoveries about themselves and each other.
Upon meeting his recently departed
father’s ghost, Charlie must confront
the complexities of his childhood. Irish
playwright Hugh Leonard has created a
wrenching yet funny story about family
and relationships. Winner of the 1978
Tony Award for Best Play.
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